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  • Call For Proposals

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS 

    Academy of Teaching Spring Conference 2022 : Pandemic Pedagogies 

    Monday, May 9th, 2022  
    8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Longaberger Alumni House –  2200 Olentangy River Rd.
    (Conference may be converted to virtual as COVID-19 circumstances dictate)

    The Academy of Teaching invites participants and presenters to consider how teaching during both social and health pandemics has compelled us to adapt and rethink our ways of teaching and reaching students.  In what ways have these events led us to consider new approaches to teaching as frameworks for compassionate and equity-minded education? Conference topics will combine COVID-19 lessons learned with a vision for moving forward as we continue to work towards inclusive teaching practices in multiple modalities.   

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    Proposals are currently being accepted for 20-minute presentations in the following areas:  

    • Teaching in multiple modalities

    • Reaching students in online environments

    • Woke pedagogies (i.e., trauma-informed, anti-racist, decolonial)

    • The hybrid service-learning classroom

    • Approaches to teaching graduate and professional students

    Proposal submission instructions:  

    Presentations will be 20 minutes in length.
    Please submit your proposal no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022.  

     

    Please have the following information ready in order to complete the form:    

    • Presentation Title

    • Presenter: Name, Academic Unit(s), and Email Address

    • Specific learning outcomes for the session (i.e., “Participants will…”)

    • Summarize the purpose/value and content of your session as well as any evidence (scholarship, assessments) to support your claims. Also, briefly address how your session connects to the theme of the conference. The abstract will serve as the description used to help participants decide which sessions to attend and should be worded as such. Please write in the third person. Limit: 200 words.

    SUBMIT PROPOSALS HERE 

  • Welcome to our newest Academy members!

    We welcome into the Academy of Teaching the recipients of the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching and Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer, respectively.

    Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching

    • Rebecca Dupaix
    • Caryn Filson
    • H. Eugene Folden Jr.
    • Amanda Hummon
    • Li-Chiang Lin
    • Paloma Anacelia Martinez-Cruz
    • Janine Overcash
    • Mary Thomas
    • Laura Wagner
    • Robert Ward

    An archive of past award winners can be found here.

    Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer

    • Michelle Everson
    • Emma Kindall
    • Lynette Martin
    • Rosalee Meyer
    • Steven Salopek
    • Alexandra Danielle Ruiz Suer

    An archive of past award winners can be found here.

  • Innovate Conference: Recordings and Additional Materials Now Available

    Thank you to everyone who attended, participated in, and otherwise supported this year’ virtual Innovate conference. The Academy of Teaching was well represented there, curating several of the presentations given throughout the day.

    For those who missed the conference, want to see additional concurrent sessions, or would like to revisit certain presentations, the session recordings and support materials are now available to view and/or download here.

     

  • Academy of Teaching Conference Teams Up With Innovate

    This year, The Academy of Teaching’s annual Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning is partnering with Innovate, the annual educational technology conference hosted by the Office of Distance Education and e-Learning (ODEE). That means that concurrent sessions for the event will include presenters representing either the Innovate and Academy conferences. The conference will be held virtually on May 5, and free registration information can be found at the Innovate conference website.

  • President Johnson to Address Academy of Teaching on the Future of Teaching and Learning at Ohio State

    UPDATE: Due to scheduling conflicts, the President’s address has been cancelled. Given the complications associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, in lieu of the typical Academy of Teaching Fall Breakfast event, the Academy of Teaching is happy to present to you a video address from our incoming President, Kristina Johnson. We have asked her to speak to the Academy directly to express her vision with regards to teaching and learning at OSU, and we will share this pre-recorded video with the Academy when it is completed. We expect to share this address in early November. In the meantime, we’d also like to take the time to reach out to Academy members at large: beyond the general topic President Johnson plans to address, if there are specific issues, questions, or concerns you’d like to hear addressed, we’ve set up this survey for your input. We’ll collate some of the more common or popular topics to share with the President prior to recording. Please provide your comments before October 20, 2020.

    If you have issues accessing the link above, try cutting and pasting the following URL: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_55skbceg0EB1vhj